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ArmaLite Introduces 6.8 SPC Carbine

May 25, 2011  | 

ArmaLite will produce a limited run of 6.8mm SPC carbines starting in June, the company has announced.

The M-15A4 carbine, which will be chambered for the 6.8 SPC II, is an AR-platform rifle operating with a gas system. The rifle arrives with a 16-inch double-lapped chrome-lined barrel with a 1:11 twist tailored for 110-115 grain ammunition. A two-stage trigger breaks at 3.5 pounds for the first stage and 5-6 pounds for the second stage.

It includes a flash supressor and mid-length handguard. Overall, the rifle is 35.6 inches in length and weighs 6 pounds, 7 ounces. It arrives with a 10-round magazine, sling, and black case.

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